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Djarrung Campground, Giwining / Flora River Nature Park

  

Campground in Katherine Daly, Northern Territory Australia

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The Flora River is stunning with crystal-clear emerald springs and tufa dams.

There are saltwater crocodiles in the river so do not swim and Be Crocwise at all times.

There is excellent fishing and you may be lucky to catch a grunter, bream or barramundi for dinner.

Downstream the river merges with the Katherine River and the Daly River.

These are some of the most sought after barramundi fishing destinations in the Northern Territory (NT).

The short walks to Kathleen and Djarrung Falls are rewarding and will let you see the park's varied wildlife.

This includes the pig-nosed turtle, which was once believed to only live in Papua New Guinea.

Giwining has a rich cultural history and the traditional owners, the Wardaman people, continue to practice ceremonies at sacred sites throughout the park.

This park requires visitors to the NT to have a parks pass.

Camp facilities include toilets, showers, drinking water, picnic tables, and wood barbecues. Camping fees can be paid either to the park ranger or in the honesty box.

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